food is dwindling down. of course, as long as supply lines are connected, that shouldn't be a problem, unless they get cut off, but they really shouldn't. petrol is really low. if you're a citizen in that area, it's very difficult to get supplies. if you need hospital service, that's tougher as well, although there are beds open at all the hospitals. that's really because the japanese just sort of power through things, and they really are a tough lot in the face of adversity. keep in mind, this area, the coastal regions, are people who be accustomed to physical danger, an, really, throughout all of their, you know, their family life, they're told about tsunamis and earthquakes that when this sort of thing happens, they just sort of buckle down. >> hmm. you know, kenneth look, there doesn't seem to be another tsunami coming. there doesn't seem to be any magnitude, great, great magnitude earthquake coming, but are people still concerned about the radiation levels?